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A Cappella Festival returns to Budapest

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The Budapest A Cappella Festival will feature vocal performances from international artists at the Várkert Bazár Öntőház courtyard from June 17 to 19, according to a press release issued today.

This year, Finnish group Tuuletar will mix beatbox with national folk music, Bulgarian singer Abagar will perform polyphonic songs, and Swedish group Kongero will deliver melancholic renditions of Swedish folk songs.  

Two Austrian residents of African origin, Mamadou Diabate and Vusa Mkhaya, will sing songs of West African and Zimbabwean origin, while the Alaverdi group will showcase Georgian polyphony.

Hungarian pop group Full Moon and jazz choir Jazzation will also feature at the festival as will Vlach and Romenga.

The Budapest A Cappella Festival returns to Budapest after a successful launch as part of last yearʼs Dunapest contemporary art festival, which is on again this year in Budapest from June 16 to 19.

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